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2012-05-24 07:38:35 PM

StubhyGraham: How is it CNN International is so good, but the domestic version is all blitzerjeopary.jpg?


images.politico.com
 
2012-05-24 07:41:07 PM

Talondel: tnpir: "So I hope you feel satisfied that you raised the most obvious question that is raised by every horses ass right winger that I ever bump into," Matthews continued. "Thank you, Steve, for serving up that little soufflé you have been working on since last night sometime when your brain exploded with this idea that you were going to ask me about it."

Matthews is an ass and an arrogant prick, and that's the only thing that exchange and that quote shows. This is not an 'oh snap' or 'boom headshot' moment for Matthews. It's a 'I'm so blinded by my partisan rage that I can't understand the difference between an honest question asked and good faith and a personal attack" moment. It's an "I've nothing intelligent or respectful to say so I'm going to resort to undeserved ad hominem attacks" moment.

Matthews is so blinded by rage at the fact that "right wingers" have used that quote against him, he didn't even stop to realize that it wasn't being used against him in this case. He was simply being asked if he's still excited about the Obama presidency. That's all. He's attacks Steve Scully for no reason. Steve Scully is not a 'right winger' he's not a 'horse's ass' and, unlike Matthews, he's not a partisan hack. He's a senior producer on C-SPAN for goodness sake. He was president of the White House Correspondent's Association. He worked for both Joe Biden and Ted Kennedy. He's a man who has strong political opinions, but unlike Matthews, doesn't feel the need to let them taint every single thing he touches as a journalist. He's well respected and is the kind of person who should be a mainstream journalist in this country, but who is instead relegated to the backwaters of C-SPAN because partisan farkwads like Mattews can get better ratings passing off their opinions as news.

Fark Chris Matthews.


You ever been asked the same question a hundred times, hounded for years by a single pervasive line of inquiry thrust upon you by everyone from senators to the guy who makes the pictures in your latte each morning only to have a colleague of yours, somebody you can ostensibly trust to understand your plight, slap on a shiat-eating grin, look you dead in the eye, and ask you that same. farking. question.
 
2012-05-24 07:53:15 PM

BeesNuts: Talondel: tnpir: "So I hope you feel satisfied that you raised the most obvious question that is raised by every horses ass right winger that I ever bump into," Matthews continued. "Thank you, Steve, for serving up that little soufflé you have been working on since last night sometime when your brain exploded with this idea that you were going to ask me about it."

Matthews is an ass and an arrogant prick, and that's the only thing that exchange and that quote shows. This is not an 'oh snap' or 'boom headshot' moment for Matthews. It's a 'I'm so blinded by my partisan rage that I can't understand the difference between an honest question asked and good faith and a personal attack" moment. It's an "I've nothing intelligent or respectful to say so I'm going to resort to undeserved ad hominem attacks" moment.

Matthews is so blinded by rage at the fact that "right wingers" have used that quote against him, he didn't even stop to realize that it wasn't being used against him in this case. He was simply being asked if he's still excited about the Obama presidency. That's all. He's attacks Steve Scully for no reason. Steve Scully is not a 'right winger' he's not a 'horse's ass' and, unlike Matthews, he's not a partisan hack. He's a senior producer on C-SPAN for goodness sake. He was president of the White House Correspondent's Association. He worked for both Joe Biden and Ted Kennedy. He's a man who has strong political opinions, but unlike Matthews, doesn't feel the need to let them taint every single thing he touches as a journalist. He's well respected and is the kind of person who should be a mainstream journalist in this country, but who is instead relegated to the backwaters of C-SPAN because partisan farkwads like Mattews can get better ratings passing off their opinions as news.

Fark Chris Matthews.

You ever been asked the same question a hundred times, hounded for years by a single pervasive line of inquiry thrust upon you by everyone from senators ...


If I were Matthews I would have responded with "cool story bro"
 
2012-05-24 07:54:08 PM
It's just god damn farking shame that Fareed Zakaria is on CNN. He's likely the only intelligent person on the entire network. His show is well done, his guests are top notch, and he's capable of having a conversation without screaming.
 
2012-05-24 07:55:51 PM

DeltaPunch: I like Chris Matthews. He's a Pennsylvania conservative, and a lifelong Republican. The people who dismiss him as a "liberal" partisan hack are the same people that dismiss any compromising or thinking Republican as a RINO.


I dismiss any compromising or thinking Republican as dead, myself.
 
2012-05-24 07:58:05 PM

Ishkur: StubhyGraham: How is it CNN International is so good, but the domestic version is all blitzerjeopary.jpg?

[screencap of Jeopardy!]


Who is Francis Powers?

WHO IS FRANCIS POWERS?
 
2012-05-24 07:59:45 PM
Chris Matthews is a crotchety jerk, but he's open about what he believes and why he dislikes the other side. I prefer that to the "fair and balanced" pundits, who relentlessly attack people they don't like and then act all offended and noble when someone calls them on it.
 
2012-05-24 08:00:46 PM

Hero tag? I swear all news divisions are run by their version of Diana Christensen and there is no political discourse. It's only people treating each other badly when there's a disagreement.


Chris MAtthews is an even bigger asshole than O'Reilly or Hannity.

 
2012-05-24 08:00:49 PM
Wow, Chris Matthews' butthurt is absolutely epic. Given what a fat ass he is, though, it probably won't sting as bad.
 
2012-05-24 08:02:15 PM

Shrugging Atlas: It's just god damn farking shame that Fareed Zakaria is on CNN. He's likely the only intelligent person on the entire network. His show is well done, his guests are top notch, and he's capable of having a conversation without screaming.


And his show is on Sunday afternoon when no one usually watches cable news. Although his show does appear more frequent on CNN International.

Like I said, CNN is the way it is because it's trying to cater to the lowest common denominator and go after the Fox News viewers, which is a shame really.
 
2012-05-24 08:02:29 PM
The

ples standby, more to follow
 
2012-05-24 08:04:04 PM

Cletus C.: Has anyone pointed out to Matthews that if the thrill is in his leg he's doing it wrong?


the thrill he got when bush landed on the aircraft carrier? i thought he was going to wet himself in a man-spasm.
 
2012-05-24 08:07:43 PM

GeneralJim: erveek: Oh look, the wall of green idiocy is here.
Oh, look, a Matthews-level response. Nice evasion and ad hom, dumbass.


Your posts are so unbelievably dull that you have to make them a different color so people will notice you.

I only read this one because it was short and in response to something I wrote. I didn't even read the one I initially responded to, because I knew it contained the same homogeneous stupidity as the rest of your body of work.

Having gone back and read it, I apologize. It was not only dull but pompous as well. Good work mixing it up.
 
2012-05-24 08:07:50 PM

Shrugging Atlas: It's just god damn farking shame that Fareed Zakaria is on CNN. He's likely the only intelligent person on the entire network. His show is well done, his guests are top notch, and he's capable of having a conversation without screaming.


THIS. Get Zakaria,Maddow & Shep Smith on the same network with the even handedness of BBC World or CNN International, that'd be awesome.
 
2012-05-24 08:09:19 PM
Hey Chris: A shiver went down my leg too when I first saw Obama roll out the power of the fully armed and operational Chicago Democratic Machine to destroy his State Senate primary opposition.

Lulz,

By the way Hack, you just got farking Streisanded!
 
2012-05-24 08:09:26 PM
Chris Matthews on Bush (during the 'Mission Accomplished photoshoot):

MATTHEWS: We're proud of our president. Americans love having a guy as president, a guy who has a little swagger, who's physical, who's not a complicated guy like [former President Bill] Clinton or even like [former Democratic presidential candidates Michael] Dukakis or [Walter] Mondale, all those guys, [George] McGovern. They want a guy who's president. Women like a guy who's president. Check it out. The women like this war. I think we like having a hero as our president. It's simple. We're not like the Brits. We don't want an indoor prime minister type, or the Danes or the Dutch or the Italians, or a [Russian Federation President Vladimir] Putin. Can you imagine Putin getting elected here? We want a guy as president.

and some more

MATTHEWS: What do you make of the actual visual that people will see on TV and probably, as you know, as well as I, will remember a lot longer than words spoken tonight? And that's the president looking very much like a jet, you know, a high-flying jet star. A guy who is a jet pilot. Has been in the past when he was younger, obviously. What does that image mean to the American people, a guy who can actually get into a supersonic plane and actually fly in an unpressurized cabin like an actual jet pilot?

Yeah, what a partisan hack. The guy is a fan of celebrity in politics and a fan of politics machinations of all types. He's a spectator, a tourist who enjoys the ride and sits there gasping at each attraction that zooms past his attention span as the days move by.

I'm not even bashing the guy - I halfway like him. It's hilarious to see the right wing freak out over one quote like this when there are years of him basking in the glow of Bush. He hated Clinton though...
 
2012-05-24 08:09:48 PM
Ok, which one of these:
fark.upi.com
gave Grimace the first UFIA?
 
2012-05-24 08:11:51 PM

BeesNuts: You ever been asked the same question a hundred times, hounded for years by a single pervasive line of inquiry thrust upon you by everyone from senators to the guy who makes the pictures in your latte each morning only to have a colleague of yours, somebody you can ostensibly trust to understand your plight, slap on a shiat-eating grin, look you dead in the eye, and ask you that same. farking. question.


No, and neither has Matthews. He's usually the one asking people the same farking question that's already been asked of them one hundred times, not the other way around. Maybe he should try being a little less of a hypocrite about it? If Matthews doesn't like being painted as a partisan hack then he should stop being one. If he can't tell the difference between an attack from an opponent and a question from a colleague then that's Matthew's problem. He actually did a fine job of responding to the question (which was basically, yes I do, and I'm proud of it) and then decided to launch an attack that was both uncalled for and inaccurate, for the reasons already stated above.
 
2012-05-24 08:15:56 PM

mathmatix: StubhyGraham:
This is one of the things that has bothered me over the years. CNN int'l is a great source of news. I'm sure there are corporate owners and sponsors with their hand in the mix but it is noticeably less demonstrated on air. CNN is a second rate TMZ compared to the CNN Int'l operation. It seems the international community enjoys actual news rather than pundits arguing about minutia of every statement or putting politics in play on every issue(even ones that shouldnt be political).
But lets say for argument's sake John King is right and CNN does play it down the middle, then CNN is just horrible at programming. They're 7 and 8pm hours have been a revolving door of useless pundits and journalists. And if you can ever sit through an hour of John King(not for political slant but because its lazy, sad journalism), you will see he has a slant as well that he usually pushes as a narrative for his show. With the exception of Piers Morgan, the pundit shows tend to be just a battle of which wonk is louder for that particular argument. No substance is made, its usually the same talking points just rehashed for the story of the day. They call it news and opinion, I just see a depressing state of the media where entertainment and news can't really separate themselves from each other.
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You wrote what I was thinking in a much more eloquent way and I have to give you props for that. I think what riles me up the most is CNN used to be a good news station. Then what I like to think of as "the purge" happened. They fired all of their 20 year vets (except Wolf) and the production value went through the roof. It's almost like they covered up the great gaping space where their dignity used to be with a ton of glitter and hoped that no one would notice.

They call it news and opinion, I just see a depressing state of the media where entertainment and news can't really separate themselves from each other.

This is the line in your post that really stood out for me. Remember when the occupy protestors took over Times Square? No matter what your opinion of occupy, the fact that protestors were filling up Times Square is big news. I was all over Fox, MSNBC, and CNN and none of them were covering it. I tried several times that day to see if there was any coverage and there was a bit on Fox (derisive of course) but to finally learn about what happened I had to go to the internet.

I don't believe the line between entertainment and news has crossed. I believe the news and "the right to know" are long ago relics of a bygone era. To get information we will have to go around what is "main stream" and actively seek it. I guess that's what really angries up my blood.
 
2012-05-24 08:23:04 PM

StubhyGraham: How is it CNN International is so good, but the domestic version is all blitzerjeopary.jpg? I understand that sensationalism is profitable and missing white girls and kardashians get ratings, but how can you be so incompetent at the same time? Say what you want about Fox News, but I gotta give them respect for being a well run organization. CNN and MSNBC are just embarrassing.


It's not that good. I watched it for 3 weeks while in Argentina, as it was one of the few english channels I had.

It's just has horribly biased as Fox or MSNBC.. perhaps you just agreed with their perspective more.
 
2012-05-24 08:26:49 PM

MugzyBrown: StubhyGraham: How is it CNN International is so good, but the domestic version is all blitzerjeopary.jpg? I understand that sensationalism is profitable and missing white girls and kardashians get ratings, but how can you be so incompetent at the same time? Say what you want about Fox News, but I gotta give them respect for being a well run organization. CNN and MSNBC are just embarrassing.

It's not that good. I watched it for 3 weeks while in Argentina, as it was one of the few english channels I had.

It's just has horribly biased as Fox or MSNBC.. perhaps you just agreed with their perspective more.


What bias does it have? I watch it all the time and the only thing I noticed was that it didn't rely on tweets or something some jackass posted on the internet or the latest celebrity farkup or two jackasses of different political beliefs arguing all the time like cable news here in the states.
 
2012-05-24 08:27:20 PM

Shrugging Atlas: It's just god damn farking shame that Fareed Zakaria is on CNN. He's likely the only intelligent person on the entire network. His show is well done, his guests are top notch, and he's capable of having a conversation without screaming.


CNN Anchor Don Lemon Appears Not to Care for CNN
 
2012-05-24 08:32:30 PM
I think the world would be a better place if people were called a horse's ass in public more often.
 
2012-05-24 08:33:05 PM

schrodinger: Shrugging Atlas: It's just god damn farking shame that Fareed Zakaria is on CNN. He's likely the only intelligent person on the entire network. His show is well done, his guests are top notch, and he's capable of having a conversation without screaming.

CNN Anchor Don Lemon Appears Not to Care for CNN


Tony Harris was like that too and now he's on Al Jazeera, I suggest Don Lemon to do the same.

www.mediabistro.com
 
2012-05-24 08:36:42 PM

phyrkrakr: God I hate Chris Matthews. He's backward, ignorant, and just plain wrong about all sorts of things, on both the right and left. He's the worst kind of "equal time" jackass, willing to give credence to any moron with a PR agent.

But damn, that was a pretty good slam.


This.

It's a great slam because Matthews had plenty of time to prepare it. It's a totally topic independent slam that can be thrown out to try and discredit the other point of vew whenever you don't want to address the question. Matthews was giddy at finally having an opportunity to use it.

A truly epic slam quotes part of the question and points out why it's a moronic question.
 
2012-05-24 08:38:32 PM

Mrtraveler01: What bias does it have? I watch it all the time and the only thing I noticed was that it didn't rely on tweets or something some jackass posted on the internet or the latest celebrity farkup or two jackasses of different political beliefs arguing all the time like cable news here in the states.


I was watching during the Israeli/Lebanon fighting in '06. The coverage was severely anti-israeli.. and i'm not really a pro-israel person.
 
2012-05-24 08:39:00 PM
You know, Tony, there is in the past, it's not always there, but sometimes it glimmers with this man, our president, that kind of sunny nobility. - Chris Matthews


http://mediamatters.org/mmtv/200510250003

Yeah, totally liberal.
 
2012-05-24 08:42:14 PM

yeegrek: Yeah, totally liberal.


he served on the staffs of four Democratic members of Congress, including Senators Frank Moss and Edmund Muskie.

Matthews was a presidential speechwriter during the Carter administration, and later worked for six years as a top aide to long-time Speaker of the House of Representatives Tip O'Neill, playing a direct role in many key political battles with the Reagan administration.
 
2012-05-24 08:42:28 PM

yeegrek: You know, Tony, there is in the past, it's not always there, but sometimes it glimmers with this man, our president, that kind of sunny nobility. - Chris Matthews


So he's saying most of the time he looks like a Chimp but once in a while he acts presidential? That sounds pretty lib to me, though maybe a bit more sane than daily kos lib.
 
2012-05-24 08:43:37 PM

Shrugging Atlas: It's just god damn farking shame that Fareed Zakaria is on CNN. He's likely the only intelligent person on the entire network. His show is well done, his guests are top notch, and he's capable of having a conversation without screaming.


If he'd just pick up an Amurcan name like "Bobby" Jindal, the kid could go places.
 
2012-05-24 08:44:42 PM

MugzyBrown: Mrtraveler01: What bias does it have? I watch it all the time and the only thing I noticed was that it didn't rely on tweets or something some jackass posted on the internet or the latest celebrity farkup or two jackasses of different political beliefs arguing all the time like cable news here in the states.

I was watching during the Israeli/Lebanon fighting in '06. The coverage was severely anti-israeli.. and i'm not really a pro-israel person.


I didn't remember what CNN was like during that conflict so I can't really say. I was in high school and all I remember watching was all the Israeli's going into their bomb bunkers as they get attacked by missles while the IDF bombed the crap out of Beirut.

I'll still watch it and stations like BBC World News and Al Jazeera over the crap here in the states. Although I will admit that AJE has a heavy anti-Israel bias. But then again, what else would you expect from a station in the Middle East.
 
2012-05-24 08:54:52 PM

evil saltine: Fellate O'Fish: You're supposed to be the filter. Politicians run the country. We don't have time to keep tabs on all they're doing. That's your job. You're supposed to tell us what's really happening, not have a fake make-believe argument with the politician you're covering -- just for the cameras -- then be all buddy-buddy when it's time for the commercial.

TV is about entertainment, not necessarily journalism.


newdeal.feri.org
This instrument can teach, it can illuminate; yes, and even it can inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise it's nothing but wires and lights in a box. There is a great and perhaps decisive battle to be fought against ignorance, intolerance and indifference. This weapon of television could be useful.
 
2012-05-24 08:56:38 PM

Zombie Butler: No matter what your opinion of occupy, the fact that protestors were filling up Times Square is big news.


It's local news, not national news.
 
2012-05-24 08:57:14 PM

Mrtraveler01: I will admit that AJE has a heavy anti-Israel bias. But then again, what else would you expect from a station in the Middle East.


Who would have thought that violent, imperialist invaders from Europe engaging it yet another religious crusade over the "holy land" would not be treated kindly in the local press?
 
2012-05-24 08:57:26 PM
Mtraveler01 in high school in 06. You sure have very strong opinions on how the world works and who is right and who is wrong. Please, wise one, bestow some more of your worldy wisdom upon us less sophisticated members of society. After all, i am sure you have paid your fair share of taxes and can tell us lesser enlightened beings how we should feel about our federal government. After all, you do it in every other politics thread, presumably because you have so much world experience. Oh wise one.
 
2012-05-24 09:00:22 PM

yeah right and im cindy louper: Mtraveler01 in high school in 06. You sure have very strong opinions on how the world works and who is right and who is wrong. Please, wise one, bestow some more of your worldy wisdom upon us less sophisticated members of society. After all, i am sure you have paid your fair share of taxes and can tell us lesser enlightened beings how we should feel about our federal government. After all, you do it in every other politics thread, presumably because you have so much world experience. Oh wise one.


Hmm...


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You know that much about me in a little less than a week huh?
 
2012-05-24 09:06:18 PM
he's a bad interview, seems to worship power more than anything, and comes off often times like he somehow has a feeling of intellectual superiority but I like him more probably more than any other cable news twit. I guess that maybe says more about cable news than anything else.
 
2012-05-24 09:08:15 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Matthews is a jackass. In real life he's a jerk. On television he's a partisan an ass-kissing hack.

It's amazing what the makeup and lighting do for him though. I met him a year ago at CES 2011 and he looked like an old man. On television he looks much younger.


FTFY. He may prefer to kiss Democrat ass, but he'll settle for Republican ass if that's what's in power.
 
2012-05-24 09:15:37 PM

Mithiwithi: AverageAmericanGuy: Matthews is a jackass. In real life he's a jerk. On television he's a partisan an ass-kissing hack.

It's amazing what the makeup and lighting do for him though. I met him a year ago at CES 2011 and he looked like an old man. On television he looks much younger.

FTFY. He may prefer to kiss Democrat ass, but he'll settle for Republican ass if that's what's in power.


So he's a tramp?
 
2012-05-24 09:23:31 PM

Mrtraveler01: yeah right and im cindy louper: Mtraveler01 in high school in 06. You sure have very strong opinions on how the world works and who is right and who is wrong. Please, wise one, bestow some more of your worldy wisdom upon us less sophisticated members of society. After all, i am sure you have paid your fair share of taxes and can tell us lesser enlightened beings how we should feel about our federal government. After all, you do it in every other politics thread, presumably because you have so much world experience. Oh wise one.

Hmm...


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You know that much about me in a little less than a week huh?


I just made an account genuis. Why dont you respond to the points i raised? Ad hominemememe
 
2012-05-24 09:24:01 PM

evil saltine: Zombie Butler: No matter what your opinion of occupy, the fact that protestors were filling up Times Square is big news.

It's local news, not national news.


I disagree, protest movements concern our nation entirely and with 24 hours a bit of space could be found for them. Times Square is a huge space and it was filled with people angry about the bailout, in a newz cycle when NY city farts and the nation knows how is that not news? Were the Tea Party protests against the health care bill local or national? Was the 60's anti-war movement local or national?
 
2012-05-24 09:25:30 PM
What a load of horseshiat.

Chris Mathews is just another liberal twit from MSNBC who has delusions of grandeur.

I wouldnt watch him if he juggled flaming swords with Ed Schulz. he is nothing like what he pretends to be.
 
2012-05-24 09:28:23 PM
I've seen a lot of people bringing up the ridiculous shiat Matthews had to say about Bush and "mission accomplished" and I'm a little curious whether they're agreeing with the people pointing out what a pathetic joke Matthews is, offering further evidence to refute the asinine assertion that this was an "oh snap" moment for him, or are just such partisan morons they believe that bringing it up is actually an "oh snap" moment for them. I would like to think it's the former but, sadly, the latter is probably more likely.
 
2012-05-24 09:32:32 PM

yeah right and im cindy louper: Mrtraveler01: yeah right and im cindy louper: Mtraveler01 in high school in 06. You sure have very strong opinions on how the world works and who is right and who is wrong. Please, wise one, bestow some more of your worldy wisdom upon us less sophisticated members of society. After all, i am sure you have paid your fair share of taxes and can tell us lesser enlightened beings how we should feel about our federal government. After all, you do it in every other politics thread, presumably because you have so much world experience. Oh wise one.

Hmm...


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You know that much about me in a little less than a week huh?

I just made an account genuis. Why dont you respond to the points i raised? Ad hominemememe


Wait, are you criticizing me of an ad hominem attack when you were the first to ad hominem attack me?
 
2012-05-24 09:32:36 PM

GeneralJim: erveek: Oh look, the wall of green idiocy is here.
Oh, look, a Matthews-level response. Nice evasion and ad hom, dumbass.


In order for Erveek to have posted an "evasion", you would have had to ask a question, or indeed, post anything more substantive than raw speculation.
Dumbass.
 
2012-05-24 09:49:45 PM

runin800m: I've seen a lot of people bringing up the ridiculous shiat Matthews had to say about Bush and "mission accomplished" and I'm a little curious whether they're agreeing with the people pointing out what a pathetic joke Matthews is, offering further evidence to refute the asinine assertion that this was an "oh snap" moment for him, or are just such partisan morons they believe that bringing it up is actually an "oh snap" moment for them. I would like to think it's the former but, sadly, the latter is probably more likely.


Actually I'm getting a kick out of the partisan morons who believe Matthews started fellating whoever was in power back in 2008 instead of having a history of doing this his entire career. But I thank you for your "concern".
 
2012-05-24 10:03:14 PM

starsrift: GeneralJim: erveek: Oh look, the wall of green idiocy is here.
Oh, look, a Matthews-level response. Nice evasion and ad hom, dumbass.

In order for Erveek to have posted an "evasion", you would have had to ask a question, or indeed, post anything more substantive than raw speculation.
Dumbass.


Well, before you start calling people dumbass maybe you should do a quick search for the definition of evasion and ad hominem, because it seems to me that erveek did both. GeneralJim made a statement, one that wasn't raw speculation regardless of how substantive you found it to be, which erveek avoided and instead made an irrelevant personal attack.

Dumbass.
 
2012-05-24 10:04:22 PM

phyrkrakr: God I hate Chris Matthews. He's backward, ignorant, and just plain wrong about all sorts of things, on both the right and left. He's the worst kind of "equal time" jackass, willing to give credence to any moron with a PR agent.

But damn, that was a pretty good slam.


All of this. I feel so conflicted.
 
2012-05-24 10:06:34 PM
I got totally distracted by the story about the Blink-182 enema porn star girl. Can't really fap to it, but moreso than punditry.
 
2012-05-24 10:07:26 PM

Jackson Herring: It's hard to imagine any Democrat being able to ride in an airplane.


I know. Just imagine some wuss like George McGovern riding on, let alone flying, bombing missions over Germany. LOL. He could never hope to match the warrior awesomeness that was Reagan or John Wayne.

/I know you were being sarcastic. I was just expanding.
 
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